Wish List:

1. “Treetop Flyer”, by Stephen Stills
2. “I’m Beginning To See The Light”, by The Three Sounds
3. “Money’s Too Tight To Mention”, by The Valentine Brothers

The Links page is always under construction.

The All Music Guide – The most comprehensive music review guide online. An excellent resource I use regularly.

Anorak Thing – 60’s music, fashion and beyond!

Any Major Dude With Half A Heart – A substantial general blog about popular music. Very nice.

Discography of American Historical Recordings – A database of more than 113,000 master recordings made by American record companies during the 78rpm era.

Drummerworld – A reference guide for many of the great drummers in history.

Elsewhere: Wide angle reviews, interviews and opinion on music, travel and the arts by writer Graham Reid.

Jazz Discography Project – Ambitious project to document jazz recording sessions.

Jazz Standards – A great reference to research commonly used jazz songs, including history, song structure and a list of recommended versions.

JazzWax – Marc Myers writes daily on jazz legends and legendary jazz recordings.

Motown Junkies Blog – An unofficial track by track history of Motown: in-depth analysis and discussion of both sides of every Motown single ever released between 1959 and 1988.

Joop’s Musical Flowers – Original versions of famous songs and songs covered by famous people.

Old Weird America Blog – Essays about Harry Smith’s Anthology of American Folk Music

Praguefrank’s Country Music Discographies – A great reference for old country music.

Seventies Music Blog – Nice website with small informational posts about hit songs from the seventies.

Way Back Attack – Keeping the music of the 50s and 60s alive!

1001 Songs in 1000 Days Blog – Easy to navigate site about good songs. Hard to keep up that once a day pace, isn’t it?

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